Sawad Hussain recounts her experience of translating Najwa Bin Shatwan’s short story collection into English and the challenges of translating a work where humour is the foundation
Five world building and storytelling tips from writer, researcher and educator Nuraliah Norasid
Singaporean writer, archivist and educator Jennifer Anne Champion explores the intersections of textile art and the written word.
Visible Communities virtual writer in residence Sawad Hussain shares her advice.
Visible Communities virtual writer in residence, Shash Trevett, reflects on her poetry
Inspired by everyday items in a beautiful city – from nature webcams to abandoned shopping lists
Writer and journalist Marcin Wilk explores the independent bookshops of Norwich and examines the role that they play in our communities.
Valur Gunnarsson explores history, heritage and literature as he walks along the coasts of Norfolk and Reykjavík
Casper Rhodes-Leeder produces a poem inspired by webcams, online learning and working from home
Small climate details in our writing can have a wider positive effect on our community and environment, says Freya Cushing
Recommended reading lists from our UNESCO City of Literature Virtual Writers in Residence
Try out this step-by-step process for writing non-fiction, biography or memoir
Forward Prize-winning writer Vahni Capildeo shares their best advice for aspiring writers
Five tips to improve your writing and make the world a bit greener
In a world of screens and questionable wi-fi connections, Valur Gunnarsson recommends spending more time thinking than writing
From scrapping your routine to creating a literary collage
Two new virtual writers in residence from the UNESCO City of Literature network
Paid writing space for a woman writer in partnership with the Royal Society of Literature
Introducing Choi Jeongrye and Jun Sung Hyun from Korea
A look back at our fantastic visitors to Norwich UNESCO City of Literature this year
‘For me the name Norwich had been connected to Norwich football club and W.G. Sebald’
Atar J. Hadari, Kari Dickson and Ruth Clarke on their experience at Cove Park
A two-part conversation about Aoko Matsuda, one of Japan’s most promising young writers.
On Indonesian literature, addressing taboos and increasing literacy rates among young people
The Japanese writer and translator is one of our next writers-in-residence